Several of this year's Kentucky Derby competitors take center stage in major stakes races this weekend
Prognosis is "excellent" for return in 2013
Extreme heat prompts officials to cancel Thursday, alter post times for Friday through Sunday
I'll Have Another, who won two legs of the Triple Crown but was retired right before the Belmont Stakes due to a tendon injury, is sold to Japan's Big Red Farm for stud duty starting in 2013.
Churchill Downs makes a historical move to revamp the qualifying system for horses to get into the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks.
A swollen tendon has forced I'll Have Another to retire from horse racing for good at a time when the industry desperately needed his now halted Triple Crown run.
Triple Crown hopeful will be scratched from the Belmont Stakes due to a burgeoning tendon injury and may even be headed for retirement.
For years now Churchill Downs has been attracting big names from all over the world- I decided to take a look at just a few of the celebrities that have passed through the Derby through the decades in honor of that.
The Kentucky Derby has seen it's share of legends- and almost too much in the background is the horse trainer. Here I look at the most winningest trainers in the history of the Derby.
Preakness Day at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
How the O'Neill team orchestrated I'll Have Another's winning ride
The Kentucky Derby this year made me wonder, "what jockeys have won the most in the history of the event?"